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Print Innovation Awards 2018

Print Innovation Awards 2018

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The Print Innovation Awards competition identifies the world’s most innovative print advertisings and products of newspaper and magazine publishers.

The competition is open for newspaper and magazine publishers as well as for advertisers or advertising agencies.

Participation is confidential. WAN-IFRA will only publish the names of award winners.

The Print Innovation Award competition is organised on an annual basis.

Print Innovation Award offers two categories:

  • Print advertising innovation
    including print-online ads or multi-channel ads 
  • Print product innovation
    new or renewed (re-launched) products 

An international jury of experts will assess the projects submitted. Gold, Silver, and Bronze prizes will be awarded in each category.

Winners will be honoured on stage at IFRA World Publishing Expo in Berlin (9 to 11 October 2018). Print Innovation projects will be presented in a dedicated brochure later. Successful case studies will also be presented at World Printers Forum Conference 2019.

What makes the Print Innovation Awards competition unique and why should you participate?

  • The Print Innovation Awards competition focuses exclusively on print innovation. There are many media awards, but the Print Innovation Awards have a clear print focus. 
  • The Print Innovation Awards are a worldwide competition. There are many national or regional awards, but no other worldwide competition. 
  • Participation in the Print Innovation Awards is simple, quick and affordable. 
  • Successful projects will receive international recognition, they will be presented on stage, in print and at international events.

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Manfred Werfel


2018-05-11 11:02

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The World Printers Forum (WPF) is an organisation of newspaper printers and suppliers within WAN-IFRA. It promotes the power of print and the sustainability of print production. Read more ...